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JCC 2017-18 Performing Arts presents UP Quartet - An Evening of Chamber Music

David Felberg and friends perform an evening of chamber music by Jewish composers.
PROGRAM: Bryce Dessner - Aheym; Osvaldo Golijov - Tenebrae; John Zorn - Kol Nidre; George Gershwin - Lullaby; Felix Mendelssohn - Quartet No. 2 in A Minor.
Tickets: $20 JCC members, students and seniors (65+) $25 General Admission
visit jccabq.org or holdmyticket.com
or call (505)348-4518

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Girls Who Code

Tech jobs are among the fastest growing in the country, but women are underrepresented in the industry. Let's close the gender gap in the tech field! JCC is joining with the national organization, Girls Who Code (www.girlswhocode.com), to offer this fun, interactive class. Learn with an experienced coder. No experience necessary.

FREE!

Starting January 17!
Wednesdays 4-6pm
(Runs through the end of the school year)
Open to females in grades 6-12
Parent Info session January 10, 7pm

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Girls Who Code JCC MEMBER

Girls Who Code JCC Non-Member

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Karate For Kids

Our goal is to teach the fundamentals of Shotokan Karate. This includes: Kata, Kihon and Kumite. Our students will learn self-defense, self-awareness, coordination, flexibility, self discipline. They will develop self-confidence, self-esteem and self-control.
Please see instructor for uniforms.

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Pottery Making 1 and 2 for Adults and Teens

TUES or WED 1/9-3/21, 5:45-7:45pm
$175 JCC mem/$200 non-mem
TUES Class SOLD OUT!
12th Class to be scheduled!

Teens over 16 and Adults are welcome/ Pottery Making 1 is for beginners with little to no experience on pottery wheels. Pottery Making 2 is for those who have taken at least one class with Celeste. Learn and refine the art of wheel thrown pottery. Make your own tea cups, coffee mugs, plates, goblets, and trimmed bowls by using pottery wheel and hand building the assemblages. All works will be glaze fired and food safe. Instructor: Celeste Boals. www.BoalsArt.com

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Social Scapes, original pen and watercolor paintings by Maddy Witt

Social Scapes, original pen and watercolor paintings by Maddy Witt on display in the auditorium December 27, 2017 through February 7, 2018. Opening wine/cheese reception with the artist Wednesday, December 27, from 5-7pm. Maddy, raised in Albuquerque, graduated from Trinity University in San Antonio in 2016 with a BA in Studio Art. An aspiring art conservationist and artist, Witt has paired a love of travel with her desire to acquire "hands-on" experience in art preservation which she gained in an internship at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.

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A Potpourri of Jewish Questions with Rabbi Citrin

Semester I Tuesdays, January 16-February 13, 2018
Afternoon class 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
$36
Semester II Tuesdays, March 6-April 10, 2018
Afternoon class 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
$36

Semester I
Tuesdays, 1:30-3:00pm, January 16, 23, 30; February 6 & 13
* How Is God Viewed in Jewish Tradition?
* What Really Happened at Sinai?
* How Do Jews Read the Bible?
* What is The Structure of the Ten Commandments?
* Why Does God Need the Jews?
* How Do Jews Create History?
Semester II
Tuesdays 1:30-3:00 PM March 6, 13, 20, 27; April 3 & 10
* What Does the Shofar Mean?
* What is the Torah of Silence?
* Is Community as Important as the Individual?
* What Are Jewish Sources for Prayer & Healing?
* What Questions Does Jewish Sovereignty Raise?
* What is the Connection between Jewish Values, Personal Political Philosophy and Social Justice

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KidFit

Jan. 29th - March 12th
Mondays 4:15-5pm age 4-8
Mondays 5-5:45pm age 9-13
$49/members - $75/non-members

An invigorating class geared specifically for kids 4-13 years of age. Our expert trainer Nick has developed a cardiovascular, strength, and fitness training program with an exciting and unique approach! Your kids will be engaged in a safe and action-packed environment! Let them experience how enjoyable fitness and working out can be. Classes are 45 minutes each session, once per week, for six weeks.

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Register your 4-8 year old here

Register your 9-13 year old here

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Sports Performance Training

Mon/Wed February 5th-28th
Ages 12-15 M/W 7:00-8:00pm
8 sessions $115 member $150 non-member

GET STRONGER, MOVE FASTER, PERFORM BETTER! Maximize your athletic performance at the JCC with Sports Performance Training.

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Register Today!

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